On Wednesday my project Third Floor Reno – The Final Frontier (as its also known) went live on House & Home TV.
This project centered around taking two cramped rooms and a small powder room and transforming them into a generous sized bedroom and bathroom for twin boys. The resulting space is really quite magical, the dormer window looks over tree and roof tops far into the distance.
The transformation of this level of my client’s home is truly spectacular. I wish I’d been able to get better before shots but the nature of the rooms – a winning combination of low ceilings, beams and eaves – made it a little difficult, but as they were also the reason for the whole project I guess I can’t complain!
More of the project images can be viewed below and the before and after slide can be viewed here.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – it takes a village to complete a project like this. From Mark Champion the GC who brilliantly suggested from the offset that we install a scaffolding tower for trades and materials to access the third floor. This meant that the family could live through the reno somewhat undisturbed below – a genius plan that made everyone happy! Our engineer who allowed our paper plans (and dreams) to come true and to every single trade and person who worked away on this project. The workrooms and the fabricators of the furniture and furnishings. Every single person plays a role and it all comes together at the end. Just like magic!
We are currently working our magic across the GTA. If you have a project that is located in a warmer, sunnier climate than we currently have in Ontario please don’t hesitate to call, we are willing to travel for work especially if it comes with sunshine. ALWAYS.
Have a fabulous long weekend if your province is celebrating Family Day this weekend.